It’s not an old-fashioned photo booth and it doesn’t pretend to be. Think of it as a portrait
station- a place where guests can go to take their own photos. It’s a great way to document
everyone that was at the wedding without doing boring table shots or grab and grins. You get
great photos of your guests and your photographers have the freedom to shoot journalistically
and creatively. Guests love it. The show how creative they can be when left to their own devices.
After setting up photobooths at events for over three years, Jennifer longed for a new set-up. Something more reliable to keep those rowdy guests from knocking anything down and fiddling with the camera and something that the guests could use without being supervised. This set-up was designed by an engineer and is sturdy and easy to set up. It’s also easy to transport and is airline-friendly- it has been carted all over the world. Maybe you saw this post about the Engage! Seminar in the Cayman Islands.
We include the Snapshot Studio in many of our wedding photography packages and it is available a la carte or for any kind of event you might be planning. We’ve taken it to holiday parties, birthday parties, corporate events and bar and bat mizvahs. At each event we get an average 100 to 300 photos. We collect email addresses on site and upload the images to a website for ordering and use social media to share the images.